My builder has an accelerated construction schedule, a familiar pace for him. He reports that - with inadequate slab curing time - only a high VOC carpet adhesive will form a durable bond. All low-VOC adhesives, used in previous projects [their perfromance compromised by continued off-gasing by concrete curing], fail and obligate him to by a high-VOC replacement. Has anyone dealt with this issue - found a durable bond by a low-VOC carpet adhesive applied while concrete continues to cure?